Featured Healthcare Content

  1. Online Appointment Scheduling Expected To Increase In Healthcare

    Medical software companies and EHR solutions providers take note — online self-scheduling is growing in big ways.

  2. CMS Reports ICD-10 End-To-End Testing Results

    CMS (the Centers for Medicare And Medicaid Services) recently announced the results of another successful acknowledgement testing.

  3. CMS Releases Quality Data To Help Patients Choose Providers

    Finding quality providers is an ongoing challenge for patients, and CMS has just released quality metrics that can be used by software developers to build apps and other ways to make the data more accessible and useful to general patient populations.

  4. Expect Unprecedented Growth In Connected Wearables By 2019

    The growing popularity of wearable technology is apparent from the statistic that 19 million devices shipped in 2014 — compared to 5.9 million in 2013 — the wearable market grew at an annual rate of 54.7 percent.

  5. Healthcare IT News For VARs — January 16, 2015

    In the news, two more healthcare data breaches are reported, and the long-term care software  market is predicted to grow. Also, the Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare IT (ONC) released a report on health information exchange (HIE), and a study by AHIMA shows older patients prefer e-prescriptions.

  6. Could The C-Suite Benefit From Revenue Cycle Management Software?

    As Big Data becomes even bigger in the healthcare space, high-level insight will become invaluable. Software developers have promising opportunity to open up the blind spots in revenue cycle for the management level, and a recent survey from Black Book (via Healthcare Finance News) shows us why, through a focus on CFO opinions on the subject.

  7. Will EHRs Be The Bridge To Integrated Care?

    A recent article in the Harvard Business Review has pointed to EHRs as the solution to achieving integrated care.

  8. Healthcare IT News For VARs — January 9, 2015

    In this week’s news, The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) introduces information on Stage 3 Meaningful Use (MU), and the United States Postal Service (USPS) investigates a data breach that could include theft of healthcare information on workers.

  9. Your Industry, Healthcare IT Clients Are Setting Sights On Big Data

    Realizing how Big Data analytics can have an impact in industry and healthcare is becoming more widely known, according to research from GE and Accenture.

  10. Dispensing Prescriptions Via Electronic Methods Is Growing Trend

    An increase in e-prescribing can provide ROI for your healthcare IT customers in a number of ways, including improved safety and cost savings.

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